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Matthew R Wilkins
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Evolutionary divergence in acoustic signals: causes and consequences
MR Wilkins, N Seddon, RJ Safran
Trends in ecology & evolution 28 (3), 156-166, 2013
4262013
Multimodal signalling in the North American barn swallow: a phenotype network approach
MR Wilkins, D Shizuka, MB Joseph, JK Hubbard, RJ Safran
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1816), 20151574, 2015
532015
Genomic variation across two barn swallow hybrid zones reveals traits associated with divergence in sympatry and allopatry
ESC Scordato, MR Wilkins, G Semenov, AS Rubtsov, NC Kane, RJ Safran
Molecular Ecology 26 (20), 5676-5691, 2017
482017
Genome‐wide differentiation in closely related populations: the roles of selection and geographic isolation
RJ Safran, ESC Scordato, MR Wilkins, JK Hubbard, BR Jenkins, ...
Molecular Ecology 25 (16), 3865-3883, 2016
462016
Positive carotenoid balance correlates with greater reproductive performance in a wild bird
RJ Safran, KJ McGraw, MR Wilkins, JK Hubbard, J Marling
PLoS One 5 (2), e9420, 2010
422010
The maintenance of phenotypic divergence through sexual selection: An experimental study in barn swallows Hirundo rustica
RJ Safran, Y Vortman, BR Jenkins, JK Hubbard, MR Wilkins, RJ Bradley, ...
Evolution 70 (9), 2074-2084, 2016
402016
Phenotypic differentiation is associated with divergent sexual selection among closely related barn swallow populations
MR Wilkins, H Karaardıç, Y Vortman, TL Parchman, T Albrecht, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29 (12), 2410-2421, 2016
352016
How acoustic signals scale with individual body size: common trends across diverse taxa
RL Rodriguez, M Araya-Salas, DA Gray, MS Reichert, LB Symes, ...
Behavioral Ecology 26 (1), 168-177, 2015
322015
Dynamic changes in display architecture and function across environments revealed by a systems approach to animal communication
MF Rosenthal, MR Wilkins, D Shizuka, EA Hebets
Evolution 72 (5), 1134-1145, 2018
212018
Migratory divides coincide with reproductive barriers across replicated avian hybrid zones above the Tibetan Plateau
ESC Scordato, CCR Smith, GA Semenov, YU Liu, MR Wilkins, W Liang, ...
Ecology Letters 23 (2), 231-241, 2020
192020
Analysis of female song provides insight into the evolution of sex differences in a widely studied songbird
MR Wilkins, KJ Odom, L Benedict, RJ Safran
Animal Behaviour 168, 69-82, 2020
182020
Global song divergence in barn swallows (Hirundo rustica): exploring the roles of genetic, geographical and climatic distance in sympatry and allopatry
MR Wilkins, ESC Scordato, GA Semenov, H Karaardiç, D Shizuka, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 123 (4), 825-849, 2018
182018
Signal traits and oxidative stress: a comparative study across populations with divergent signals
MN Vitousek, O Tomášek, T Albrecht, MR Wilkins, RJ Safran
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 4, 56, 2016
152016
Selection on multiple sexual signals in two Central and Eastern European populations of the barn swallow
PL Pap, A Fülöp, M Adamkova, J Cepak, R Michalkova, RJ Safran, ...
Ecology and evolution 9 (19), 11277-11287, 2019
72019
Testing the strength and direction of selection on vocal frequency using metabolic scaling theory
CD Francis, MR Wilkins
Ecosphere 12 (9), e03733, 2021
52021
Sex‐linked genetic diversity and differentiation in a globally distributed avian species complex
DR Schield, ESC Scordato, CCR Smith, JK Carter, SI Cherkaoui, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (10), 2313-2332, 2021
52021
The importance of cross-validation, accuracy, and precision for measuring plumage color: A comment on Vaquero-Alba et al.(2016)
JK Hubbard, AK Hund, II Levin, KJ McGraw, MR Wilkins, RJ Safran
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 134 (1), 34-38, 2017
42017
Evolutionary divergence in sexual signals: insights from within and among barn swallow populations
MR Wilkins
University of Colorado at Boulder, 2014
12014
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